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Old 03-26-2007, 09:25 AM   #1
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Cracking RAR

hi, if you have a unencrypted multi-volume rar archive (eg myarchive.part01.rar, myarchive.par02.rar ...) but you only have access to a subset of these parts, for example all even numbered parts or just a single part. Is it possible to decompress these parts.
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I think there's an option like "keep bits or parts of files". Something like unrar e -kb filename.rar. Please try man unrar for more details.


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